We research how corruption can be addressed in different contexts.

Current projects

Completed projects

Dec 2017 - Feb 2018

[CoAR: Strategy development ]

Nov 2011 - Oct 2014

REDD Integrity

Jun 2011 - Dec 2012

Democracy and corruption

Jan 2008 - Sep 2008

Anti-Corruption Course Module

Sofie Arjon Schütte

Senior Adviser (U4)

Inge Amundsen

Senior Researcher

Matthew Gichohi

Post Doctoral Researcher

Monica Kirya

Interim U4 Deputy Director; Principal Adviser (U4)

Rosa Loureiro Revilla

Senior Adviser (U4)

Saul Mullard

Senior Advisor (U4)

Guillaume Nicaise

Senior Adviser (U4)

Aslak Jangård Orre

Senior Researcher

Arne Strand

Senior Researcher

Rachael Tufft

Senior Learning Technology Adviser (U4)

Marianne Tøraasen

Post Doctoral Researcher, Coordinator Rights & Gender

David Aled Williams

Principal Adviser (U4) and Senior Researcher (CMI)

Reducing the harmful impact on society

We explore how to address corruption in different contexts.

The U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre at CMI has been in continual operation since 2002. At U4, we study the causes and pathways of corruption, document its effects on development outcomes, and identify and support efforts to address it. Through research, online courses, workshops, blogs, and a helpdesk, we pursue emerging topics and advance the anti-corruption field together with global research networks and practitioners.

Current focus:

  • Civil society and people's engagement
  • Climate change, natural resources and energy
  • Corruption risk management and integrity
  • Development cooperation
  • Gender
  • Health
  • Human rights
  • Illicit financial flows
  • Justice sector
  • Evaluation and measurement
  • Money politics
  • Politics of anti-corruption
  • Private sector
  • Ukraine